Letters

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Email letters, November 20,  2013

By Staff

Funding education through lottery would burden lower-income people A letter from Randy Fricke in Tuesday’s Sentinel regarding educational funding in Colorado cries out for questioning. Fricke suggests using lottery money either to fund ...


Printed letters, November 20, 2013

By Staff

Logic is notably absent in Josh Penry’s diatribes. His fact-challenged views of reality and his simplistic conclusions seem to be based solely on an insatiable desire to pander to tea party cranks such as Ted Cruz, whom Penry recently ...


Email letters, November 19, 2013

By Staff

Council, commissioners urged to affirm commitment to CMU Rather than stooping to the antics of some in our community (specifically “ You Said it”), I wanted to publically urge my friends on the Grand Junction City Council and the ...


Printed letters, November 19, 2013

By Staff

Two years ago, I tried to convince the Colorado Education Association and several members of the Legislature that an education lottery would be the way to go on K-12 school funding. Some of them told me that a second constitutional amendment ...


Email letters, November 18, 2013

By Staff

Constituent appreciates King’s support of veterans I see one politician at nearly every veterans’ event — not because he is a keynote speaker and not because he feels obligated to put on a show of support to gain one or two ...


Printed letters, November 17, 2013

By Staff

President Obama said at least 24 times, “If you like your health plan, you can keep it.” Now we learn that the administration knew from a 2010 HHS report that as many as 93 million Americans could lose their health insurance ...


Email letters, November 15,  2013

By Staff

Obamacare now known for lie after lie after lie One version of the three greatest lies is: The check is in the mail. I’m just going to stop in and have a beer. I’m from the government, and I am here to help you. These have been ...


Printed letters, November 15, 2013

By Staff

The action taken by the City Council to cut funds from Grand Valley Transit is incredibly shortsighted. The transit system has made great strides, moving people all across the valley quite successfully. If anything, support should ...


Email letters, November 14,  2013

By Staff

Health care fiasco evinces lack of common sense As best I can determine, President Barack Obama went through his litany of promises, in various venues, that were taped and broadcast some 29 to 36 times, according to sources found by ...


Printed letters, November 14, 2013

By Staff

In his most recent screed on the Affordable Care Act, local physician Michael Pramenko regales us with his usual pandering to some amorphous ideal while ignoring undeniable deception inherent in the law. His Pollyanna view belies the ...


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